Customer Service is available during the school year, program is closed during the summer and other school breaks.
The CNET program selectively accepts customer service orders for building, repairing, providing PC tune-ups, and upgrading computers.
CNET will also set-up basic computer networks. All orders will be of a nature to promote student exposure to new skills, the opportunity to practice previously learned skills, and to promote the development of teamwork and quality workmanship.
The CNET program cannot accept requests for work of a commercial nature, requests that do not meet the guidelines for student learning, or any request that might jeopardize student and/or staff safety. The customer should keep in mind that students perform all customer service work and are supervised by qualified instructors. Because our students perform the work and are learning, certain tasks may take longer than expected and materials may not be used efficiently. These factors can effect delivery time and cost.
While it is the policy of Tri-Rivers Career Center to not charge for labor, we do add a 10% surcharge to the retail price of materials used. Two exceptions to the pricing policy are that there is a $5.00 charge for a computer tune-up or software installation. These charges are used to offset the cost of equipment repair and miscellaneous supplies used during production.
For more details
Contact Program Instructor Kristian Casey at EMAIL